to replace a wheel stud, depend on the type of car or truck, jack it up and block it. remove the affected wheel and use a hammer and a punch to drive out the broken stud. most automobiles have an access hole to replace studs with out removing any more components. however some do not. to install place stud in hole and use some washers and a lugnut to mount in place.
You will have to drill or cut the stud off.
drill a small hole through the stud boss,stud and tap a pin through both boss,stud. This is called stud pinning, you can get a kit from napa for about 20.00 bucks comes with studs,drill bit.
Jack the car up and remove the front wheel. Use a jack stand for safety. Rotate the axle until the stud is over the hole in the backer plate. Hit the stud with a hammer, this will take many blows. The stud will pop out. Slide the new stud in, then stack several washers on the shaft and put a lug nut on. Tighten the nut to pull the stud up tight into place. Reinstall the wheel, and over the next few days, keep checking the tightness of the stud to keep it snugged up.
The type of drill bit used to remove a broken manifold stud is an extractor or easy out. A hole is drilled into the stud and then the extractor is used to dig in and unscrew the bolt.
You could press in a new, oversize stud, cross drill and pin the stud, or have the head machined for screw-in studs.
if it has the same stud pattern yes. hope this helpsYes, as long as they fit.
See the attached links for some good instructions on how to replace the wheel studs. It generally breaks down into a few steps: 1) get the right tools together (and the replacement stud if you know the size) 2) jack up the car and remove the wheel 3) remove the brakes 4) knock out the stud to be replaced. (if you didn't get a replacement stud before you started, take the stud you removed with you to the auto-parts store to get it matched up to what you need) 5) Insert the new stud 6) screw a nut onto the stud and tighten it until the new stud is seated 7) reinstall your brakes and put your wheel back on
You can do this yourself. you will need a drill with drill and driver bits, a stud finder and a level.
Are you handy with a center punch, and a drill? If so, the best way to do this is to drill a hole in the center of the stud, and along with penetrating oil, an/or heat from a torch, use an easyout to extract the broken stud from the intake.
The front wheel stud on a 1992 Chevy Blazer S10 can be changed by jacking the vehicle up, removing the wheel, and unbolting the caliper. The rotor assembly can then be removed, and the wheel stud pressed or hammered out of its seat.
Are you asking about a wheel stud or exhaust stud, please clarify